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on government. >> despite being down in most polls ryan said the gop ticket will eventually win over voters who are frustrated by a stagnant economy. >> given that we are going to win this. >> reporter: and romney has a lot to gain from a debate says cathleen hall jameison. >> the challenger has the opportunity to establish he is competent to stand up and hold his own against the president of the united states. a challenger who accomplishes that, in effect, wins the first debate. >> reporter: romney has been studying for the debates since june, the last month he has even been traveling with his obama stand-in, ohio senator rob portman who has joined him on his plane and campaign bus. the obama campaign contends romney has prepared more than any candidate in recent history. >> he's been a good debater in the past. he's very prepared. he's got all these clever zingers and lines in his pocket so we understand he will probably have a good night on wednesday. >> reporter: obama campaign officials have been trying to convince us for weeks that the president simply hasn't had much time to prepare for
to retake the largest city, aleppo, from government forces and today the fighting destroyed one of syria's historic treasures as aleppo's ancient market, or souk, went up in flames. the medieval marketplace a maze of passageways connecting shops once looked like this. the youngest prisoner and last westerner held at the u.s. military prison at dwaub was returned to his native canada today. omar khadr will sterve what is left of his sentence at a maximum security jail inon teario. the transfer deal was reached about a year ago, but canada's conservative government only acted today. in his decade behind bars at guatanamo, omar khadr was an unlikely poster boy for the war on terror. what has made his case so controversial is his age. he was only 15 years old when he was captured by u.s. forces in afghanistan. >> the time he was brought in, he was just a child. the u.s. did not treat him in the way that international law applies, and that's what really ising significant about this particular case. >> reid: under a plea deal before a military tribunal in 2010, he pleaded guilty to kill a u.s.
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